Cratus Group has opened a new office in Cambridge.

The communications and planning group has grown its significance across the Cambridgeshire region and sees opportunities such as from the Government’s Case for Cambridge published in March.

The new office at 20 Station Road (pictured), will be led by senior director Duncan Flynn and supported by a local team.

He said: “The ambition for Cambridge, in this exciting time of growth and change, is of huge importance to the whole country and represents an opportunity for clients to engage and harness this potential. We will play a full part in making Cambridge the science capital of Europe.”

Nick Kilby, chief executive of Cratus, said: “This expansion into Cambridge reflects the growth of Cratus Group and the increasing demands we’ve seen from clients across the Cambridgeshire region.

“Cratus Group has long had experience and expertise in Cambridge – driving infrastructure projects and strategic counsel across the region – but this increased demand now needs to be met and serviced from Cambridge.

“Our new office and offering will bring together this experience and expertise and provide clients with best-in-class support for leading national brands. 

This expansion is part of its wider strategy of growth across the UK.

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